NFL Picks And Predictions Week 11: Seahawks Vs. Rams

SEATTLE - NOVEMBER 13: Head coach Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks gestures during the game against the Baltimore Ravens at CenturyLink Field on November 13, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. The Seahawks defeated the Ravens 22-17. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

The Rams and Seahawks are having disappointing seasons, but each won last week. Which team did the experts pick to turn their win into a streak?

The Seahawks and Rams are facing off in Week 11 in a very NFC West matchup. Seattle enters the game at 3-6, but coming off a big win against AFC East contender Baltimore. The Rams (2-7) coming off a less-big win against the Browns. Let's look at the expert picks to see who has the advantage going into is game.

Sports Illustrated's Peter King pretty simply likes Seattle to win because he does not like the Rams to win. He picked the Seahawks, 16-13.

I long for the days when Sam Bradford will have a receiving corps. Those days are not now.

The ESPN.com expert panel predictions are leaning toward the Seahawks, too. Five out of the eight experts picked Seattle. The CBSSports.com crew is actually leaning toward the Rams, who play at home. Four out of five experts like the St. Louis.

For more on Sunday's game, check out Turf Show Times, SB Nation's St. Louis Rams blog, and Field Gulls, SB Nation's Seattle Seahawks blog.

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